The “Remember Amy Winehouse by downloading the ground-breaking ‘Back to Black’ over at Zune:”
Then “Apologies to everyone if our earlier Amy Winehouse ‘download’ tweet seemed purely commercially motivated. Far from the case, we assure you.” That was Microsoft trying to excuse what must have been the most appalling efforts to capitalise on the death of Amy WineHouse, who died on the weekend from a presumed drug overdose.
‘Bollocks’ it wasn’t,’ as Amy herself might have said.
She was pronounced dead before two ambulance crews arrived at her home in Camden Square northern Londonin Camden Square, north London.